Church’s 95-year-old treasurer has kept the accounts tidy since 1938

When Eileen Baker first walked into Oakwood Wesleyan Church in 1938, she had no idea what a massive role the parish would play in her life.

Baker was fresh out of high school and had just moved to Toronto from Dundalk, Ont., a tiny town north of Orangeville, to study business at college. As a sister church to her hometown parish, Oakwood Wesleyan Church was a natural place for Baker to find community.Continue reading